This collection makes available in English twelve essays by a distinguished French scholar, which contribute to the current scholarly and philosophical renewal of interest in the major Hellenistic schools of philosophy of the Greco-Roman world. The author focuses on specific problems in text or interpretation and then enlarges his conclusions to involve some major historical and philosophical issues. Two of these pieces are published here for the first time. The others, with one exception, have previously appeared only in French.
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